James Island is in itself a very beautiful place with blue water all around it and green surroundings to please your eyes. This park is a very popular summer park where people come to beat the summer heat and cool themselves with the many water activities. There is something for all age groups.
Splash Zone Water Park Travel Tips
- Please make sure about the restrictions if you have very small children with you.
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2.53% of people who visit Charleston include Splash Zone Water Park in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
77.78% of people start their Splash Zone Water Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Splash Zone Water Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Splash Zone Water Park
Splash Zone Water Park Reviews & Ratings
We really enjoy this water park. It is small but there is still enough for us all to have a good time. The lifeguards mostly seem to be young. They add to the enjoyment. They are always smiling and eager to help. Nice outing for the family
This is our "family" water park. The focus here is on little swimmers and families swimming together. No "big" slides here. The environment is relaxed and family oriented. If you are visiting for the first time don't be surprised by the greater county park's entry fee. I think it's $2 per adult? Although no outside food or drink can be brought in to the water park it can be brought into the county park and there are picnic tables right next to the water park entrance and lots of picnic areas in the park. Reentry is free. Just get your hand stamp. The snack bar food is simple, suprisingly good, and affordable. Lifeguards are on point, patrol regular routes, and are very friendly. This means your kids are safer. While you are there check out all the county park has to offer.
Great fun for the whole family! My kids (ages 15, 11, and 9) all had a blast. The park was big but not too big that I worried about them running around together. There were plenty of lifeguards, and each of them seemed to be really intent on watching their areas. There was plenty of seating. However, a lot of people chose to leave towels, hats, or bags in empty seats to reserve their chairs while they were in the water and this took up a lot of open seats. The lockers (deposit required) can hold one large full bag and a hat and shoes, but you'll need to purchase more than one locker for two bags. Next time, I plan to take just one bag and keep it with me to avoid locker charges. Keep in mind that you can't bring your own food and drinks in unless it's a water bottle, but you can go back to your car to eat, then re-enter with a hand stamp. The bathrooms and showers are small but otherwise well kept. Overall, it was a great experience and we will definitely return!
It would be nice if you didn't have a pool available in your housing complex. There is a shallow pool, a lazy river, a couple of slides, and a tree house splash area. The tree house was shut down during our visit. There are plenty of chairs and large umbrellas. There was a snack bar, but we did not purchase anything. The park complex is very nice with lots of other things to do.
The tubes are fun. They have lots of floats. The staff was attentive.
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Yes, you can bring a picnic lunch to Splash Zone Water Park.Report Abuse